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1964 Ford Mustang
Here's one for the Ford fans! While I'm not a huge fan of Ford myself, I think the Mustang is dangerously cool. So now, I present my LEGO version, which I've built as accurately as I can. With the help of a diecast replica, of course.
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I think the back is a bit bulky, though. The rear window almost says "Camaro" to me. What do you guys think?



On a different note, I think the front turned out quite nicely.



Comin' at ya!



Here's the chassis! Lately, the chassis designs on some of my cars have been pretty similar. Hopefully, I'll be able to try something different in the future.







Let's see what's underneath now.



Again, this is as close as I could get to the replica I used.







Anyone care to see what powers this classic?



The only engine I have that's more realistic than this one is in my Chevelle, I think.



You gotta love those Detroit V8's.



And the opening trunk, of course.



It's a great place to hide a couple of AK-47's!



The rim design, in case you were interested.



Everything's open...



Ford versus Chevy! We've got the makings of an epic street race here!
Uh, vroom?


Finally, I'm running out of red pieces.

Well, that's all for now. As always, I'm open for comments and suggestions. I hope you enjoyed your visit, and thanks for viewing!



Comments

  May 26, 2014
I gotta give you props for those two diagonal supports under the hood. They are a pony detail overlooked by some builders, such as myself. But you gotta get those side body-lines in there! The profile is good but it lacks that telltale C-shape body line. I know it's a small scale to do so with, but others on Mocpages have. I'd love to see the three light taillights out back, but for the scale, you're doing what you can. Nice work.
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  February 14, 2013
Very nice!
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  February 12, 2012
you are the muscle king,please chek out my gamblers car and my bmw m3 gtr rc
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  September 12, 2010
awesome could you comment on some of my stuff like my yenko camaro
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  April 22, 2010
Love this ! Proportion, stance, lines all spot on.
  February 26, 2010
One of the better Mustangs out here!
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  February 22, 2010
hey nate. just wondered if you had a minute if you could hop over to my page maybe??
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  February 17, 2010
sweet stang nate you never cease to amaze me, im always hanging out for your new creations, keep building and keep em comin'
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  January 17, 2010
Quoting jessie w Nice mustang they have always been my favorites. And it's also nice to see a fellow Florida builder. I'm from Panama City BTW.
Cool, you're just up the road from me! Panama City's only about a two-hour drive from here.
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  January 17, 2010
Nice mustang they have always been my favorites. And it's also nice to see a fellow Florida builder. I'm from Panama City BTW.
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  November 22, 2009
Really cool, I really like Mustangs, and this one is well done.
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  November 21, 2009
Pretty good! The new Shockwave looks awesome! I live in north idaho, so theres not much chance I'll get to see it. :)
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  November 18, 2009
Nice! I like all the working features.
  November 10, 2009
cool!!!!!
Nate Andrews
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Samuel heckaman
  November 7, 2009
Wow extreme coolness about time I heard from ya, sam
Nate Andrews
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Samuel heckaman
  November 7, 2009
My hip hurts steroid shot owwwww!!!!!
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  November 7, 2009
pick up or suv is wat i mean or off road vehicle
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  November 7, 2009
Quoting spartan 330 you could try making an suv or a big truck or something im not a fan of those but i would like to see you make 1
Hmmm... Maybe I should take suggestions at BRICKSonWHEELS. And when you say a "big truck", do you mean a semi, or a pickup?
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  November 7, 2009
you could try making an suv or a big truck or something im not a fan of those but i would like to see you make 1
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  November 7, 2009
AWESOME! the problem is that a real mustang from 1964 looks like the rear from real a camaro. so it is not your bad. good job!
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  November 6, 2009
This is fantastic! I was planning on making a 60s mustang, but you beat me to it. If you had made it blue though, I'd have thought it was Nancy Drew's 'stang. (I'm a big fan of mystery books.)
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  November 6, 2009
You know i love your oldschool style.And this one is another great car from you.
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  November 6, 2009
As always; simple but very good : ) Just enough detail and opening features to mark this out from the rest. I agree with the post below about the back though; It's either not quite short enough for the saloon, or tapered enough for the fastback. Overall a really nice model from you again, you're probably the most consistantly good builder on MOCpages!
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  November 6, 2009
Nice job, but I have to admit, that there isn't much new. I mean - it's basicly the same as your Chevy. Even you said that the back screems 'Camaro'. So, I'm just being honest, what's what I think about it.
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  November 6, 2009
thanks for joining my group with this new awesome car
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  November 6, 2009
It is unmistakable. I tried to pull this off in 6 wide and fell on my face. Good job.
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  November 5, 2009
Wow! Amazing job here Nate! This is definitely one of your best cars so far! There are to many good things to point out, but I'll give a try anyways ;) Firstly, I want to tell you how perfect the engine is: when I saw that picture, my mouth opened in awe, honest! I love the techniques used in there. Also, excellent idea on the rims! At first I thought that was a piece I never knew about... Contrary to your opinion, I like how the back end looks better than the front end. It just the details that make it: the "pony badge", the lights, etc. One suggestion though: how about taking a little risk? What I mean to say is that it would be great to see a little more SNOT and some other new techniques used in your cars. Then you could capture the some of the minor details, such as the diminutive fins on the ol' Mustang. Just a suggestion for for the future... *takes a breath* Man, I feel like Raphy! Writing foot-long comments :D Great job here, and keep it up my friend!
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  November 5, 2009
Whoo hoo booya suckas first comment. Awesome i like mustangs especially the oldies.
  November 5, 2009
first comment! Very nice, and very realistic. I like mustangs and you did a good representation of one. Also, have you seen my new stuff, i put a lot of new stuff up on the pages.
 
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